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Netbackup Restore Partially Successfull

Posted on 2013-06-12
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I have done a big restore and it partially successfully completed.
when I checked the progress log file, I found below .
/usr/openv/netbackup/logs/user_ops/<userid>/logs/

I want to understand how many files I have missed in real or how many files were not restored.

I am confused about below output.

Note: All below TAR output has been gathered from one restore job


TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
21:55:09 (9630975.001) INF - TAR RESTORED 86937 OF 86937 FILES SUCCESSFULLY
21:55:09 (9630975.001) INF - TAR KEPT 0 EXISTING FILES
21:55:09 (9630975.001) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES




21:59:23 (9630975.002) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
21:59:23 (9630975.002) INF - TAR RESTORED 521 OF 521 FILES SUCCESSFULLY
21:59:23 (9630975.002) INF - TAR KEPT 0 EXISTING FILES
21:59:23 (9630975.002) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES



22:01:34 (9630975.003) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
22:01:34 (9630975.003) INF - TAR RESTORED 773 OF 773 FILES SUCCESSFULLY  
22:01:34 (9630975.003) INF - TAR KEPT 0 EXISTING FILES
22:01:34 (9630975.003) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES


22:05:33 (9630975.004) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
22:05:33 (9630975.004) INF - TAR RESTORED 514 OF 514 FILES SUCCESSFULLY  
22:05:33 (9630975.004) INF - TAR KEPT 0 EXISTING FILES
22:05:33 (9630975.004) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES



22:18:10 (9630975.005) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
22:18:10 (9630975.005) INF - TAR RESTORED 2520 OF 2520 FILES SUCCESSFULLY  
22:18:10 (9630975.005) INF - TAR KEPT 0 EXISTING FILES
22:18:10 (9630975.005) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES


22:22:16 (9630975.006) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
22:22:16 (9630975.006) INF - TAR RESTORED 479 OF 479 FILES SUCCESSFULLY    
22:22:16 (9630975.006) INF - TAR KEPT 0 EXISTING FILES
22:22:16 (9630975.006) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES


22:26:49 (9630975.007) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
22:26:49 (9630975.007) INF - TAR RESTORED 239 OF 242 FILES SUCCESSFULLY  
22:26:49 (9630975.007) INF - TAR KEPT 3 EXISTING FILES
22:26:49 (9630975.007) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES


22:31:39 (9630975.009) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
22:31:39 (9630975.009) INF - TAR RESTORED 506 OF 506 FILES SUCCESSFULLY  
22:31:39 (9630975.009) INF - TAR KEPT 0 EXISTING FILES
22:31:39 (9630975.009) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES



23:09:38 (9630975.010) INF - TAR RESTORED 265 OF 265 FILES SUCCESSFULLY  
23:09:38 (9630975.010) INF - TAR KEPT 0 EXISTING FILES
23:09:38 (9630975.010) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES
23:09:38 (9630975.010) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES


23:16:23 (9630975.012) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
23:16:23 (9630975.012) INF - TAR RESTORED 2062 OF 2109 FILES SUCCESSFULLY  
23:16:23 (9630975.012) INF - TAR KEPT 47 EXISTING FILES
23:16:23 (9630975.012) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES


23:31:40 (9630975.013) INF - TAR RESTORED 0 OF 2229 FILES SUCCESSFULLY    
23:31:40 (9630975.013) INF - TAR KEPT 2229 EXISTING FILES
23:31:40 (9630975.013) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES



23:35:24 (9630975.014) INF - TAR EXITING WITH STATUS = 0
23:35:24 (9630975.014) INF - TAR RESTORED 0 OF 851 FILES SUCCESSFULLY  
23:35:24 (9630975.014) INF - TAR KEPT 851 EXISTING FILES
23:35:24 (9630975.014) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES


23:35:54 (9630975.011) INF - TAR RESTORED 0 OF 60024 FILES SUCCESSFULLY
23:35:54 (9630975.011) INF - TAR KEPT 60024 EXISTING FILES
23:35:54 (9630975.011) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES



23:38:05 (9630975.015) INF - TAR RESTORED 0 OF 4073 FILES SUCCESSFULLY  
23:38:05 (9630975.015) INF - TAR KEPT 4073 EXISTING FILES
23:38:05 (9630975.015) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES


23:59:22 (9630975.016) INF - TAR RESTORED 34713 OF 44196 FILES SUCCESSFULLY  
23:59:22 (9630975.016) INF - TAR KEPT 9483 EXISTING FILES
23:59:22 (9630975.016) INF - TAR PARTIALLY RESTORED 0 FILES
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There is no error in restore. 0 files missed during incremental restore of full backup sets.
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Ok thanks. but when it says

TAR RESTORED 34713 OF 44196 FILES SUCCESSFULLY  
TAR KEPT 9483 EXISTING FILES

 and likewise in other logs

what that means in real.

Are those 9483 files were already available at destination?

Just trying to understand in detail.
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just that file on the disk was same as you tried to restore...
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Can you please clarify more on your above reply
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It is described in deep detail in "man vxlogview" on your system
man -k vx will show you more documentation
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